Neumann KH 120A Studio Monitors Review

Dec 1, 2011, By Bobby Frasier

Neumann has been setting standards in front-end transducer technology for 83 years, as well as producing phonograph record-cutting lathes, mixing desks and even rechargeable batteries. Now, the company has entered into the world of speaker manufacturing via an arrangement with Klein+Hummel, a company with a long-standing reputation of producing exceptional speaker systems for recording, mixing and broadcast. Carrying the Neumann logo on their speakers, this tradition will no doubt be continued with utmost German precision, as witnessed in this first product offering. ...

Dangerous Music BAX EQ Review

Dec 1, 2011, By Fab Dupont

The BAX EQ is Dangerous Music’s first foray into the world of actual audio “processing.” The brand is well known for pioneering the concept of analog summing with its Dangerous 2-Bus, as well as bringing high-end monitoring systems and mastering consoles to the independent studio market. For this first attempt at a processor, Dangerous Music chose to bring an old-school hi-fi concept to the professional world. ...

IK Multimedia Custom Shop Review

Nov 1, 2011, By Michael Cooper

IK Multimedia Custom Shop lets you cherry-pick digital models of guitar amps, cabinets, mics, stomp boxes and rack effects from the company’s collection of guitar-amp simulation plug-ins and combine them to create your own “Greatest Hits” rig. A try-before-you-buy interface and à la carte pricing offer a risk-free shopping experience tailored to any budget. ...

M-Audio Fast Track C600 Audio Interface Review

Nov 1, 2011, By Brandon T. Hickey

With the release of Pro Tools MP this year, users have been buzzing about the possibility of an upgrade to M-Audio’s hardware. The company’s devices were preferred by many over their LE rivals because of its thorough feature sets, abundance of I/O and reasonable prices. The answer has come in the form of the new M-Audio Fast Track C400 and Fast Track C600 (reviewed here) USB interfaces....

Millennia and Electrodyne 500 Series Modules Review

Nov 1, 2011, By Kevin Becka

Since purchasing a Radial Workhorse 500 earlier this year, I’ve been enjoying the range of modules available for the 500 Series platform. I recently had the pleasure of using three products—the Electrodyne 501 preamp, the Electrodyne 511 inductor-based EQ and a pair of the Millennia Media HV-35 preamps—across a range of applications. What’s great about these and most other 500 Series modules I’ve used in session is how companies have gotten so good at squeezing personality and features into such a small enclosure. ...

KRK Rokit RP10-3 Powered Speakers Review

Nov 1, 2011, By Mike Levine

Most engineers would agree that it’s counterproductive and dangerous to mix at high SPLs all of the time. However, there are times during the mix and tracking/overdubbing processes when you want to really crank it up. Sometimes it’s just to do a reality check on your mix—if it’s something that’s going to be played back at high levels—or possibly your clients are asking to hear it loud. ...

Focusrite Control 2802 Dual-Layer Mixing Console Review

Oct 1, 2011, By Barry Rudolph

In April 2011, Focusrite Audio Engineering Ltd. and Audient Ltd. agreed to have Focusrite start the production and sale of certain Audient products. The dual-layer, small-format Focusrite Control 2802 is the first product created by both companies. Except for the new branding on the metal work and improved DAW integration, it is identical to the Audient ASP2802. ...

Slate Pro Audio Fox Preamp Review

Oct 1, 2011, By Kevin Becka

Steven Slate produces both software and hardware in his product line. The Trigger Drum Replacer and Virtual Console Collection, the former reviewed in Mix (January 2011), plus its FG-X Mastering Processor fall under the Slate Digital moniker, while hardware—including the Dragon Dynamic Processor and Fox preamp reviewed here—sit under the Slate Pro Audio division. The Fox preamp ($1,799) is a solidly built unit with a hefty linear power supply. Its price and features put it squarely in the boutique realm, giving you a welcome range of choices when recording. ...

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